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If you know what you are doing with java programs:
- Here are the classes: cvapp.tgz or cvapp.zip.
- And the java source code: cvappsrc.tgz or cvappsrc.zip.
- anyone with java1.1 already istalled can fetch cvapp.jar and runjava -classpath cvapp.jar:$CLASSPATH cvappNB If netsape tries to load the jar file rather than copy it, it will probably not be happy - hold shift and then click to copy it.
Reading the usage instructions is probably also a good idea.
Otherwise:If you have a java1.1 compatible web browser, then you can try it out as an applet. The applet version is the same as the full program except that it cant write files. See the netscape developers site for the latest news on 1.1 compatibility.
To get cvapp working as a normal java application,
- First, you have to install the java development kit (JDK) for your hardware.
- Then you need the java byte code for the viewer. The easiest way to run it is simply to fetch the jar file, put the jar file in your claspath, and runjava cvappYou can also put the classpath on the command line - for me the command is then :java -classpath cvapp.jar:$CLASSPATH cvappor, in full:java -classpath /usr/local/jdk1.1.6/lib/classes.zip:cvapp.jar cvappAlternatively, fetch and unpack either cvapp.tgz or cvapp.zip. It will make a classes directory when you unzip/untar it. You can then put the classes directory in your CLASSPATH and run it withjava cvapp
Last modified: Tue Sep 22 15:41:06 1998